Michael Geist is doing excellent work on Bill C-10:
There are at least three points emphasizing. First, no other country in the world uses broadcast regulation in this way, making Canada a true global outlier. Second, there is no evidence of a discoverability problem for user generated content. Third, the issue of excluding YouTube from the scope of the bill is open to considerable debate and was not even raised by CIMA in its written submission to the committee.
Debating Bill C-10 at the Canadian Heritage Committee, Part One: My Opening Statement